Working with an Agent

How Northern Properties & Homes Can Help You


Selling Your Home – We Can Help

Internet Marketing
Online marketing for your property 24 hours a day. Buyers can view your listing from our site and get a response to their questions. We also make use of our email database, sending out notices depending on buyer criteria.
Traditional Marketing
As soon as you list with us, your property will be listed in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS®) database. That means other agents can immediately access your listing. We also publish our listings in magazines, trades publications and newspapers.
Pricing Your Home
We will evaluate, assess and help you price your home competitively to attract qualified buyers. We will generate a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) report which shows the range of house prices in your area.

Buying a Home – Let us Help You

First Set Criteria
Why do you want or need a new home. What kind of home are you looking for: style, space, location, amenities and features are all important considerations. What about the condition of your new home. Are you looking for an affordable fixer-upper or move-in ready.
Loan Pre-Qualification
Once you have determined the style and size of house you need, your next step is to get pre-qualified with a bank or mortgage company for the amount you will need for purchase. As your real estate agent we can put you in touch with reputable brokers or loans officers to make it easier for you.
Find the Right Home
We know our stuff and we know what you want. It is our job to fulfill your expectations and begin the process of finding the perfect home or property that will meet your needs. Using the MLS® system, our contacts and communications channels we ensure your home buying experience is pleasant and successful.

Our Full List of Services

  • Web advertising, and marketing
  • Your listing will also be placed on the Northern Real Estate Board’s MLS® system
  • Interview clients to determine what kind of properties they are seeking
  • Getting information from all relevant sources
  • Analyzing all information and evaluating results to choose the best solution, and solve problems
  • Giving full attention to what our client is saying, taking time to understand the points being made
  • Prepare documents
  • Navigation of the home buying process and paperwork from start to finish, ensuring everything flows smoothly
  • Present purchase offers to sellers for consideration
  • Act as an intermediary in negotiations between buyers and sellers; bringing others together and trying to reconcile differences
  • Coordinate property closings, overseeing signing of documents, and disbursement of funds

Why a Realtor?

Maybe you’re buying a home for the first time. Or maybe you’re selling your old home to move to something new. Whether buying or selling, you’re involved in an intricate process requiring many specialists. One of these specialists might be a REALTOR®, who’s responsible for making the transaction as easy as possible for you.

The Realtor Code

However, not every licensed or registered broker or salesperson is a REALTOR®. To be a REALTOR®, the agent must be a member of The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) and committed to the REALTOR® Code. The code is the accepted standard of conduct for all real estate practitioners your guarantee of professional conduct and quality service.